The traditional dress for Italy is from their Renaissance era. Men wore hose and short breeches which were padded. They wore broadtoed shoes and wide brimmed caps. Women wore voluminous and pleated skirts that were topped with pleated aprons. The neckline has a standing collar. This can be considered as their traditional dress.
Well in italian the men would wear a pattern robe of colour red that had a pattered cap and long socks , and the women wore some dresses that came to the-rea foot and it was the colour the-rea and it has a necklace collar that stands for the standing and that can be considered as the traditional the-rea I have lived there for 10 yrs now and I'm still der
The Sola and Pala I think
Traditional of clothing in special times
No it wouldnt be a dress, because that is greek so maybe wear a kind of robe so that the hood would go over your head or something like that
Wouldn't it be some sort of toga dress like in the old senate.
Dresses and other clothes! I lived there for years but never did wair that many pairs of shorts or pants, always dresses till I moved to the u.s.a
They don't really have any traditional clothes!!